Found January 15, 2012 on Busted Coverage:

Name these old farts at M&T Bank Stadium where the Baltimore Ravens took on the Houston Texans game. What the hell are kinda gloves are they wearing, what is that in your hand, and what the hell is kind of helmet is that? Also spotted in the crowd were two Texas cowboys in the crowd. I guess it’s true, only steers and queers come from Texas.There was also a girl in the crowd with a mustache. JUMP!

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